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Jonathan talks about the path he took to becoming a Navy physician: it was a circuitous route through the Marine Corps.
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FORSBERG: I grew up in a little town in Montana, and my father was in the Military, my sister was an Air Force Academy graduate, and there was a strong sense of patriotism in Montana. So after high school I joined the Marine Corps, and as a Marine, applied to the Naval Academy for college. And then after that went to medical school. So I always wanted to be a doctor. Took a circuitous route through the Marine Corps, but I wouldn’t — I wouldn’t trade that for anything.

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Jonathan Forsberg, M.D., Ph.D.
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Navy Oncologist's Path Through the Marines
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